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Microsoft Corporation’s Windows Azure brings together all applications, data, devices, and partners, both on-premises and in the Cloud. Windows Azure’s support for industry-standard protocols provides broad interoperability to connect across enterprise applications and devices. Microsoft’s suite of integration tools and services helps build hybrid solutions that span from datacenter to the Cloud.

BizTalk Server, which is Microsoft Corporation’s enterprise integration server, coordinates across mission-critical, on-premises applications, and can be accessed from Cloud applications through the Service Bus. BizTalk includes the tools that are needed to connect apps across the data center, and in the Cloud.

BizTalk Services provides a robust business to business (B2B) and application integration platform as a service in the Cloud. It is a simple, powerful, and extensible Cloud-based integration service that provides Business-to-Business (B2B) and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) capabilities for delivering Cloud and hybrid integration solutions.

The Windows Azure team at MSIDC contributes to the development of all these technologies.

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Our team at MSIDC supported Microsoft Corp in the development of:

  • BizTalk Server 2013

  • BizTalk Services

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meet anil

Anil Bhansali, General Manager, Windows, Microsoft India Development Center

As the General Manager of the Windows at Microsoft India Development Center, Anil leads teams that are working on Windows. The MSIDC teams have deep domain expertise in Enterprising Networking and Virtualization and engineered key features of Windows 7 in the areas of Networking, Wireless WAN and Client Virtualization. They also worked on features that helped improve customer experience through inbox applications and are also responsible for servicing all released versions of Windows.

Anil began his career with Microsoft in Redmond in the year 1991 as part of the Office division where he worked on MS Excel for multiple releases. He was the Partner Development Manager in the Office Shared Services Team that shipped SharePoint Team Services V1.0 and Windows SharePoint Service v2.0.

He relocated to India in 2003 as Director of Windows Live Platforms Services Group. He was responsible for setting up and growing several efforts in MSIDC, including MSN and Live groups, Online Services Division - Search & bing Ads and the Live Meeting Group. Anil took over the leadership of Windows group in 2006.

Anil has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Computer Science from Stony Brook University.